Sunday, May 27, 2012

North Carolina Pastor: Put Lesbians on an electrified fence

African Christians arrested for sexually assaulting Israeli teen girl

Most of the Africans in Israel are from South Sudan, a Christian majority nation. There's also many Ethiopians, whom are also mostly Christian.

Christian Law Watch for Israel?

The police have arrested several Sudanese and Eritrean nationals for allegedly assaulting a 19-year-old woman in Tel Aviv, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

The police believe the men robbed the women before sexually assaulting her. Four of the suspects will be arraigned by the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court later on Tuesday. (Eli Senyor),7340,L-4229498,00.html

Suspect who killed Etan Patz is a regular Church goer

MOORESTOWN, N.J. — A New Jersey pastor who ministered to the man accused of strangling a New York City boy who disappeared in 1979 is recalling him as a quiet, "maybe timid" man who "never got involved in anything."

The Rev. George Bowen Jr. is the pastor at Maranatha Christian Fellowship in Moorestown, N.J. Suspect Pedro Hernandez was in his congregation.

Hernandez was arrested Thursday after police said he confessed to killing 6-year-old Etan Patz (AY'-tahn PAYTS') in the basement of a Manhattan convenience store exactly 33 years ago.

Bowen says Hernandez attended church regularly with his family.

The minister says the suspect's wife and daughter came to him Thursday "crying their eyes out" after Hernandez was taken into custody.

Apparently the English Defence League sucks at Math

A common trend I see is that these idiots exagerate as much as possible. See here how Pamela Geller screwed up basic math, twice:

Now lets see what the EDL came up with:
REDDITCH residents put on a show of unity and defiance as a march through the town from the EDL passed off peacefully.
More than 100 officers were drafted in from across the West Mercia force area as well as Warwickshire, West Midlands and British Transport Police to help control the event and tensions were high throuhgout the day as a large counter demonstration, made up of residents from all sections of Redditch’s community and members of United Against Facism, attemped to get near to the main EDL rally.
Between 100 and 150 members of the EDL from across the region turned out for Saturday’s rally which saw speeches made from the bandstand although police officially estimate the figure at about 40.

Nuff said.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Male guards at Alabama womens prison fequently sexually abuse inmates

Alabama is said to be the most religious state in the Bible belt. 70% of them can name all four gospels, OH WOW.

(CNN) -- Male guards at an Alabama women's prison engaged in the widespread sexual abuse of female inmates for years, a nonprofit group alleged in a formal complaint filed with the Justice Department on Tuesday.

The Equal Justice Initiative asked the Justice Department to investigate alleged incidents occurring between 2009 and 2011 at the Tutwiler Prison for Women in Wetumpka, Alabama. The federal agency confirmed that it received the complaint though declined further comment.

"In interviews with more than 50 women incarcerated at Tutwiler, EJI uncovered evidence of frequent and severe officer-on-inmate sexual violence," the Montgomery-based group said in a statement.

"This troubling cycle of abuse and lack of accountability has established a widespread pattern and practice of custodial sexual misconduct," said Bryan Stevenson, the group's executive director.
Stevenson also blamed the Alabama Department of Corrections for under-reporting the alleged attacks, which the group says include rapes, and responding inadequately.

The group claims that more than "20 Tutwiler employees have been transferred or terminated in the past five years for having illegal sexual contact with prisoners."

"It's an ongoing thing, a daily thing," said Stefanie Hibbett, 31, a former Tutwiler inmate. "You see women raped and beaten, and nothing is ever done."

Hibbett said she was the victim of sexual assault in November 2010. She said she told the prison's warden about the assault, but no charges were ever filed against the prison guard she says attacked her. An Alabama judge dismissed a civil suit she filed in the case in August.

Several imprisoned women allegedly became pregnant after being raped by guards, giving birth while in custody, the nonprofit group reported.

CNN cannot independently confirm that account. The Alabama attorney general's office referred questions to the Alabama Department of Corrections, which did not immediately return a call for comment.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

British Columbian Pastor arrested for sex crimes against teen girl

A Pentecostal Youth Pastor was arrested in Grand Falls-Windsor last Friday on a charge of sexual exploitation. The charge came as the result of an investigation by RCMP in British Columbia, who received a complaint from a mother concerning her teenaged daughter. It's alleged that the 33-year-old engaged in an inappropriate relationship with the teen when she was 16. He was 28. The relationship is alleged to have occured between July 2007 and November of 2008 in British Columbia. The accused was the youth pastor with the Colwood Pentecostal Church in Victoria, B.C., and is scheduled to appear in court in Colwood B.C. on June 21.

Friday, May 18, 2012

Christian groups lobby for banning of Lady Gaga concert

Scores of Christian youths in the Philippines chanted "Stop the Lady Gaga concerts" at a rally Friday calling for the pop diva's shows here to be cancelled despite assurances from authorities that they won't allow nudity and lewd acts.

Sold-out crowds and angry protests followed Lady Gaga's Born This Way Asian tour. Fans younger than 18 were banned from the Seoul concerts over complaints her lyrics and costumes were too sexually provocative, and she was denied a concert permit in Indonesia by police under pressure from Islamic hard-liners.

About 70 members of a group called Biblemode Youth Philippines rallied in front of the Pasay City Hall in metropolitan Manila. They said they were offended by Lady Gaga's music and videos, in particular her song Judas, which they say mocks Jesus Christ.

Lady Gaga has secured papers for two concerts Monday and Tuesday, but Pasay City Mayor Antonino Calixto said he told organizers to ensure that "they follow the rules and regulations stipulated in the concert permit earlier provided by the city government."

"Although we respect artistic and musical expressions, I won't allow anyone or any group to provide acts which may be questionable in a way at any venue under my jurisdiction," he said in a statement.

"We reminded the producers of Lady Gaga's concert that the show and the event as a whole shall not exhibit any nudity or lewd conduct which may be offensive to morals and good customs."

Protest leader and former Philippine Congressman Benny Abante says his group plans to file a case against Lady Gaga and concert organizers if she sings Judas at her Manila gigs.

Organizers from Ovation Productions did not immediately provide details about the upcoming concerts, including whether Lady Gaga will perform Judas.

Former Manila mayor Jose Atienza said the singer and organizers can be punished for offending race or religion. Under the penal code in the conservative, majority Roman Catholic country, the penalty can range from six months to six years in prison, although no one has been convicted recently.

Atienza and a prominent lawyer, Romulo Macalintal, met earlier Friday with Calixto to press their concern about the concerts, which will be held at the newly constructed seaside Mall of Asia arena with a seating capacity of 20,000.

The Rev. Reyzel Cayanan from Biblemode Youth Philippines said he will lead another protest march and a candlelight vigil Saturday near the concert venue.

English Defence League leader makes sexual advances towards young school girl

This is a Christian group that calls for the murder and expulsion of Muslims, yet gets standing O's from right wing idiots.

See this awesome article on how these bitches are brainless fuckheads:

Israeli Rights group: 90% of settler crimes against Palestinians lead to no prosectuion

NABLUS (Ma'an) -- A group of settlers on Thursday set fire to a car in Nablus, a PA official said.

Three settlers from Yitzhar settlement set fire to the car in Einabus village, PA official Ghassan Daghlas told Ma'an.

The owner, Zain Mustafa Allan, said the car was parked outside his home when the attack took place.

Earlier, settlers threw rocks at Palestinian cars driving near Yitzhar settlement, Daghlas said.

The Nablus district experienced the majority of settler violence in 2011, The Palestine Center says.

In 2011, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported that settler attacks had increased by 50 percent on the previous year.

Settler violence against local Palestinian communities is widespread, but figures compiled by Israeli rights group Yesh Din have repeatedly shown that nine out of 10 police investigations about settler crimes fail to lead to a prosecution.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Indiana Pastor arrested for hidden cameras in women's bathroom

A fallen air freshener and a Superman mouse pad led to an Indiana pastor's fall from grace. Robert Lyzenga, 55, is accused of hiding cameras inside women's toilet stalls at his church, the Lafayette Journal and Courier reports.

A female church member exposed the pastor's secret after an air freshener in a toilet stall fell to the floor, revealing a camera inside. She found two other fake air fresheners in adjacent stalls, one of which also contained a camera, according to an affidavit obtained by The Smoking Gun.

When investigators checked the cameras' contents, they found video of two women and a girl using the restroom. But the cameras had also captured other images that led detectives to the pastor's door.

The hidden cameras contained video clips of someone setting up the cameras in some sort of office. So sheriff's deputies went back to the church, where Pastor Robert Lyzenga offered to show them around.

Lyzenga led investigators to several church offices, but none matched what was seen in the video. Deputies then asked to see Lyzenga's office, which made the pastor "very nervous," the affidavit said.

Lo and behold, Lyzenga's office allegedly matched the one seen in the hidden camera video. The pastor's pencil cup and a Superman mouse pad were dead giveaways, investigators said.

Lyzenga was arrested on suspicion of voyeurism and released after posting bond the same day, according to the Journal and Courier. If he's formally charged with felony voyeurism and convicted, Lyzenga could face up to three years in prison.

After Pastor Robert Lyzenga's arrest for the hidden cameras, he was suspended from his church, which he's led since 2002. Lyzenga is a father of three and has been married for 30 years, The Smoking Gun reports.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Prominent California Pastor arrested for sexually abusing young girl

One of Exeter’s most prominent pastors and spiritual leaders was arrested Monday on suspicion of multiple counts of sexually abusing a young girl.

Alton “Gene” Dorrough, 62, was arrested by Tulare County Sheriff’s detectives after a female juvenile reported he had been sexually abusing her for several years, according to a news release issued by the Sheriff’s Department. Dorrough was booked on one charge of engaging in three or more acts of substantial sexual conduct with a child residing in the same home, four charges of oral copulation with a minor, two charges of forcible sex with a child under 14 and two charges of forcible sex with a child over 14. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of between 10 and 16 years in prison.

Dorrough is being held on $1.05 million bail at the Tulare County Main Jail. As of press time, no charges had been filed by the District Attorney’s Office.

The news of his arrest quickly sent shockwaves through the community of Exeter. The Dorrough family, including his wife Linda and daughter Kristina, moved to Exeter in 2005 to start a Celebrate Recovery program, a Christ-centered 12-step program for “hurts, habits and hang-ups.” The program started in March 2006 at the Church of God of Exeter. Gene and Linda became Recovery Pastors in March 2011. In 2010, the Dorroughs founded Mirror Image Ministries, Inc. The non-profit ministry was not affiliated with any church or denomination with the purpose of using only volunteers to support the common good of the community. That July, Dorrough purchased the “old yellow house” at the corner of Palm and E streets as a meeting place for Celebrate Recovery. It briefly served as a foster care home before reopening as a women’s transitional living facility last month.

Dorrough had been a volunteer with the Exeter Police Department since February 2008 and became a department chaplain in 2010. Exeter Police Chief Cliff Bush, who would not comment on the details of the investigation because it is being handled by the Sheriff’s Department, said the entire department was shocked.

“This is someone who had seemingly dedicated his life to make other lives better,” Bush said. “Any time someone like that is arrested it leaves me at a loss for words.”

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Notable Reverend: America's biggest mistake was letting women vote, and men should be legally allowed to hit their wives

And this guy's also a tea party member.

Frequent Fox News guest Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson drew sharp criticism for arguing that women should not have the right to vote in a sermon that was posted on YouTube in March. The minister argued that women are destroying American society and wield too much political power.

Fox News host Sean Hannity has invited Peterson to speak on his show several times, even after the offensive sermon was posted online.

Even News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch, corporate master of Fox, disagreed with Peterson's sexist rant according to the Daily Mail. He tweeted in response, "When? Women voting is best thing in a hundred years."

"I think that one of the greatest mistakes America made was to allow women the opportunity to vote," Peterson said in the sermon.

Peterson even went so far as to associate woman in politics with evil.
"We should've never turned this over to women," he said. "It was a big mistake. ... And these women are voting in the wrong people. They're voting in people who are evil who agrees (sic) with them who're going to take us down this pathway of destruction."

"And this probably was the reason that they didn't allow women to vote when men were men," he continued. "Because men, in the good old days, understood the nature of the woman. They were not afraid to deal with it and they understood that if they let them take over, this is what would happen."
This is not Peterson's first controversial and offensive statement. He previously said "thank God for slavery" because it brought African people to the United States.

Peterson has also stated, "Barack Obama hates white people, especially white men." He argued that men should be legally permitted to hit their wives and expressed a desire to take "all black people back to the South and put them on the plantation so they would understand the ethic of working."
During his most recent offensive statement, the sermon titled "How most women are building a shameless society," he said women are incapable of making good decisions because they get too emotional.

"You walk up to them with an issue, they freak out right away," he said. "They go nuts. They get mad. They get upset, just like that. They have no patience because it's not in their nature. They don't have love."

Peterson appeared on Fox News last week after being invited again by Sean Hannity, and was confronted by Democratic commentator Kirsten Power, who called the sermon "misogynistic."
"I have a responsibility to tell the truth," replied Peterson. "You're on the side of lies. Why shouldn't I be on the side of truth? And it's the truth that's going to make us free. Somebody gotta tell the truth, so I'm going to tell the truth."

Peterson is the president and founder of the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, a group pushing a conservative agenda among African Americans where Hannity sits on the board, and its allied BOND Action Inc. In the past he has hosted a radio talk show and a cable TV program. He is well known for fighting against affirmative action and is a member of Choose Black American, a black group fighting illegal immigration.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Child marriages, a Muslim problem only?

Yeah I admit child marriages happen in some of our countries, even though every single Muslim country except Saudi Arabia, has set age limits for marriage, all ranging from 15-18. We've seen Imams and Islamic academics speak out against child marriage, as it is against Islam. For those wondering about the marriage between the Prophet Muhammed, peace be upon him, and Aisha RA, see here:

See this link on Loonwatch, and notice how child marriages are common in South America (where Christianity plays a MAJOR role in people's lives) and in India, where 805 of the population is Hindu:

Christian DJ advocates rape for lesbian teen girl

Ohio is 76% Christian. A person from this area who is anti-gay, has to be a follower of Christ.

A disc jockey on WMMS 100.7 FM, a popular rock station in Cleveland, recently said that a father should have one of his male friends have sex with his daughter in order to stop her from partaking in apparent lesbian affairs, and is now facing rebuke from activists calling for his suspension.

Radio personality Dominic Dieter, who hosts the morning show, “Rover’s Morning Glory” on the station, reportedly received an email from a parent who caught his teenage daughter kissing another girl on April 27, according to The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). In response, the on-air host instructed the father, "You should get one of your friends to screw your daughter straight."

As observed by GLAAD, the remarks, regardless of whether the girl was gay or not, incite violence and perpetuate false stereotypes and beliefs on sexual orientation. The organization is, thus, calling on Clear Channel Communications, parent company of the WMMS, along with the Ohio affiliate to suspend Dieter and offer an apology.

GLAAD spoke to Clear Channel Monday morning about the matter, and Aaron McQuade, spokesperson for the LGBT organization, told, "Clear Channel is taking appropriate steps not just to send the message to this station’s listeners that this issue is not one to joke about – but also to ensure that this doesn’t happen again. Messages of parental rejection are serious issues plaguing and hurting LGBT youth today."

Clear Channel additionally told GLAAD that Dieter made a pre-recorded apology, which would be issued shortly, and that the station was going to run PSAs about parental rejection and a safe schools initiative. Furthermore, Equality Ohio has been invited to become a part of their community advisory board to ensure this does not happen again.

“According to [the] journal “Pediatrics,” LGBT young people who are rejected by their parents are 8.4 times more likely to report having attempted suicide, 5.9 times more likely to report high levels of depression, 3.4 times more likely to use illegal drugs than LGBT young people whose parents accept them,” McQuade explained to msnbc.

He also commented that, despite Dieter’s anti-gay remarks, “There is a dramatic increase in support for LGBT people among conservatives. Americans across the political spectrum see that LGBT people are our neighbors, our friends, and members of our families, and are shifting their views."
While Clear Channel did not expound on any specific details of what direct actions were to be made due to company policy, McQuade pointed out that Dieter wasn't live on the air Monday morning.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Christian man shoots wife eight times

The fingerprints of a certain religion are clearly visible. And think if this man was Muslim, it would be ALL OVER the news.

Michael Parson, accused of shooting his wife Adina Parson, a Sandy Springs attorney, eight times outside her apartment last month, was arrested around midnight Saturday near Tyler, Texas.

"Parson was arrested by the Texas Highway Patrol following a traffic stop just before midnight Saturday," said Capt. Steve Rose with Sandy Springs police. "He was taken into custody without incident."

On Friday Sandy Springs police issued arrest warrants for Parson, who is accused of shooting Adina Parson eight times, including three times in the head, around 11:45 p.m. on April 20.
Friends of 40-year-old Adina Parson have said Michael Parson was at Grady Memorial Hospital with other family members in the days following the shooting.

Police said he was drving the couple’s 2000 Green Honda Civic, when Texas police arrested him.
Adina Parson remained in critical but stable condition Friday at Grady. She has been unable to speak with investigators.

Outside the hospital Friday night, Adina Parson's aunt, Pam Dickerson, said the family was shocked to learn Michael Parson was believed responsible for the shooting.

"I'm going to offer some prayers to him and his family," Dickerson said. "I originally said somebody who did this to my niece had to be very full of pain. To give pain, you have to be in pain."
Though she remains in critical condition, Adina Parson is improving, the aunt said.
"She’s getting stronger each and every day," Dickerson said. "We are still praying for her complete recovery."

Close friends also expressed shock at the turn of events.
"My heart right now is broken," Lisa Childers, a friend of Adina Parson's, told the AJC in a phone interview Friday night. "I'm emotionally saddened right now. We're just praying that God will continue to watch over her."

Childers, the executive assistant to the pastor at Elizabeth Baptist Church, previously told the AJC that Adina Parson is known for her compassionate spirit and willingness to volunteer countless hours to the church.

Police have said Adina Parson, an attorney with the state Department of Public Health, was shot as she was leaving the Residences of Morgan Falls apartment, off Roswell Road.Investigators initially said her husband was not a suspect, but that recently changed, Rose said.
"It was a lot of work on the detectives' part," he said.

In the days following the shooting, friends and family members held two prayer vigils to honor the woman, with hopes that someone would come forward with more information for police.
Michael Parson will be charged with aggravated assault, aggravated battery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and giving false statements in writing concealing the facts of a felony, Rose said on Friday. He is being held in the Van Zandt County Jail in Canton, Texas, Rose said.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Sandy Springs police at 770-551-3300 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Texas Pastor arrested for trying to lure fourteen year old girl for sex

MARSHALL (KYTX) -- An East Texas pastor is behind bars accused of trying to solicit a minor for sex on the internet. The arrest happened today at a church in Marshall. CBS 19's Abby Broyles takes us to Marshall for the latest on the investigation tonight.

Texas Rangers led in the arrest today of Raymond Cooper, senior pastor of Marshall First Church of the Nazarene. The arrest happened after an undercover sting that started in Louisiana.

Marshall First Church of the Nazarene's senior pastor, 42-year old Raymond Earl Cooper, is facing felony charges after investigators say he tried to solicit a 14-year old girl in an online chat room April 9th. But that 14-year old girl was actually an undercover Louisiana State Police Officer in Lafayette. Investigators tracked Cooper's internet account to an address in Marshall, and police in Louisiana contacted the Texas Rangers.

"They approached Ranger Dudley concerning the information, [and] the investigation led them to a location here in Marshall, which was 907 Pocono Street," Asst. Marshall Police Chief Leland Benoit said.

907 Pocono street is Marshall First Church of the Nazarene. Cooper and his family live in this home on the property behind the church.

Texas Rangers, police from Louisiana and Marshall arrested Cooper at his home around 10:00 Wednesday morning.

"Our crime scene unit assisted as to documentation [and] photographs. We transported the arrestee to the Harrison County Jail," Benoit said.

Investigators collected evidence at Cooper's home Wednesday, where they believe the online conversations happened in April. Police say Cooper chatted inappropriately with the undercover officer using a webcam.

"This is probably a perfect example of multi-jurisdictional, crossing state lines, to protect the children of not only Texas, but Louisiana and anyone else who may choose to do this," Benoit said.
Cooper has been the senior pastor at Marshall First Church of the Nazarene since October. The whole thing came a shock to neighbors Wednesday. No one wanted to appear on camera, but they said they feel for the family.

Texas Rangers tell us while the investigation started in Louisiana, Cooper is charged here in Texas and he'll be prosecuted in Harrison County.

Police are still investigating to see if cooper has done anything like this in the past. We tried to reach church members for comment today, but church offices were closed.
Cooper is in the Harrison County jail tonight charged with online solicitation of a minor. He will be arraigned tomorrow morning.

Toronto Pastor arrested for drowning his wife

Toronto police have arrested a man in connection with the drowning death of his 30-year-old pregnant wife who died more than six months ago.

Police say they were called to a Marsh Road residence on Oct. 17, 2011, regarding a woman in medical distress.

Anna Karissa Grandine was pronounced dead in hospital. Police say that she died of drowning.
On Tuesday, police arrested 25-year-old Philip Grandine and subsequently charged him with first-degree murder.

Philip Grandine is a pastor at Ennerdale Baptist Church.